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Central Pacific Bank –  HR Consultant (2/9/2018)

In this exciting role, you’ll play an integral part of key human resource functions including Recruitment and HRIS/Operations. If you enjoy working in a fast paced environment in a job that provides a wide variety of opportunities to grow and excel in the world of Human Resources, this is the job for you!

The right-fit candidate is a self-starter who takes pride in exhibiting their ability to understand and navigate challenging HR generalist functions. Competency in recruitment, HR administration including employment laws, policies and procedures, employee records and HRIS, ability to effectively communicate and present a range of topical information in detail (both verbally and in writing) to various audiences as well as manage internal and external business partner and vendor relationships is necessary for success.

In addition to providing administrative support to the HR Service Center, this position will also perform all duties and interact with customers in a manner aligned with the Company Core Values of Teamwork, Integrity and Exceptional Service (TIES).

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business Management or equivalent work experience is preferred 

  • Work Experience:
    • Must have at least four (4) years’ experience in Human Resources which include experience in daily operations of general HR functions is required. 

    • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Demonstrated success working as a HR generalist, requiring minimal supervision
    • Solid working knowledge of local and national labor laws required
    • Knowledge of banking positions and working with ADP preferred but not required
    • Working knowledge of various software including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint)
    • Excellent interpersonal, customer service skills and the ability to effectively present ideas in writing
    • Previous working experience demonstrating strong analytical and out-of-the-box thinking, problem solving, decision-making and communication skills
    • Detail oriented with a sense of humor, business ethics and confidentiality

      For a complete job description and to apply online, please visit:


       Director, Benefits –  Hawaiian Electric  (12/15/2017)

      Develops and directs competitive employee benefit programs, including health & welfare plans and pension plans, and oversees the leaves management program for Hawaiian Electric Industries, Hawaiian Electric Company, and its subsidiaries to align with corporate philosophy and business strategies/objectives.  Plans, directs and coordinates the benefits administration and leave management functions to ensure quality of work and customer satisfaction.

      Essential Duties Include: 

      • Uses extensive knowledge of the health care landscape, and creative benefit designs to manage the company's health, welfare, and retirement programs ensuring competitive, cost-effective plans.  
      • Develops internal policies and procedures and communications related to welfare and pension benefit plans to employees, retirees and management of all utility companies and Hawaiian Electric Industries. 
      • Prepares and submits issues requiring action by the Hawaiian Electric Industries Pension Administration Committee and the Hawaiian Electric Industries Pension Investment Committee. 
      • Provides input to meet SEC reporting requirements of pension issues to Hawaiian Electric Industries.  
      • Participates in union negotiations and board presentations on overall benefits issues.  
      • Develops and provides education and communication to management and non-management employees and retirees regarding benefit programs.  
      • Collaborates closely with others within Human Resources as well as across the Companies, in problem-solving, program development and execution of strategies, policies, and procedures.  


      • Broad knowledge of general management practices and principles; human resource management issues, trends and practices; and state and federal labor laws and regulations. 
      • Demonstrated technical knowledge in the development and administration of benefits and pension programs, principles related to plan provisions, benefits administration specifically related to cafeteria plans, welfare plans and 401k plans.
      • Expert knowledge of Federal and State regulations and trends regarding employee benefit and pension plans.
      • Expert level knowledge of benefit issues related to health and welfare benefits, disability, and pension including current trends, costs.
      • Strong working knowledge of Federal and State regulations regarding FMLA, ADA, disability and other leaves.
      • Advanced technical knowledge of business statistics, data analysis and applications.


      • Demonstrated leadership and flexibility in interpersonal style, and ability to influence and persuade various groups or individuals, frequently dealing with sensitive, difficult or confrontational issues.
      • Ability to handle confidential matters and materials discreetly and professionally.
      • Strong written, oral, listening, facilitation and presentation/platform communication skills.
      • Demonstrated ability to remain cool under pressure, be flexible in a demanding work environment, manage multiple priorities, and to meet or exceed goals successfully.
      • Demonstrated strong analytical, conceptual and administrative skills to assess the demands of the job, to recommend proper actions, and to handle multiple complex systems, projects, and programs.  


      • Extensive (8+) years exempt-level experience in human resources, of which at least five (5) years include major focus in employee benefits and pension plans.
      • Multiple (5-7) years of supervisory experience.
      • Experience with administration of employee benefits in a collective bargaining environment is preferred.

      To apply for this job or to explore other employment opportunities, please visit us at:

      hawaiianelectric.com/careers  and login to your iRecruitment account

      or call our employment hotline at: (808) 543-4611.

      Total Rewards Analyst –   Servco Pacific Inc (12/14/2017)

      This newly created position will support the evolution of a progressive Total Rewards philosophy.  We’re looking for a forward thinking contributor able to conduct analytics to assess financial impact and measure results of compensation, benefits and wellbeing initiatives, and synthesize data to inform and make recommendations relevant to the company’s Total Rewards strategy. Duties also include comprehensive compensation analysis and administration, supporting the tracking and administration of merit, bonus and recognition processes, and project management of Total Rewards initiatives around pay, benefits and wellbeing.


      • Five years of HR experience in Human Resources with at least 3 years’ experience in Compensation or Total Rewards.
      • Strong interpersonal, communications, planning and organizational skills
      • Proactive self-starter with the ability to work independently and be flexible and adaptable to change
      • Strong written and verbal communication skills; able to communicate to various levels of staff and leadership
      • Proficiency in Excel (Advance level), Access (Intermediate level), Word (Intermediate level) & PowerPoint (Intermediate level).


      • State and Federal Labor Laws and regulations
      • Project Management Principles
      • Demonstrated ability to model data using spreadsheet and/or data base software applications
      • Demonstrated ability to translate data into information, and present it in user friendly formats

      For a complete job description and to apply online, please visit:


       HR Specialist - Recruitment and Employee Relations  –   JTB Hawaii (11/28/2017)

      Under the general direction of the Corporate Director of Operations & Human Resources and the Corporate Human Resources Manager, this position is responsible for delivering all facets of recruiting success throughout the organization, through the development of recruiting plans, employing traditional sourcing strategies and resources as well as developing new, creative recruiting ideas.  This position assists in implementing continuous improvement initiatives to enhance employee engagement, morale, and working relationships and ensures positive, fair, and consistent employee relations.  

      Essential duties include:

      • Responsible for all recruitment activities including advertising, pre-screening, interviewing and processing viable candidates for division and areas of responsibility within the organization. 
      • Recommends establishment of procedures for recruitment and placement.  Performs the exempt and non-exempt recruiting, interviewing, selection and placement of applicants for employment.  Directs or performs the design and placement of employment advertising.
      • Achieves staffing objectives by recruiting and evaluating job candidates, advising hiring managers, and handles all aspects of on-boarding process including performing reference and background checks.
      • Updates and maintains job descriptions in consultation with management.
      • Coordinates new employee orientation with the Corporate HR Specialist/Trainer. 


      • Read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals or governmental regulations.  
      • Write reports, business correspondence, and policies/procedures manuals.  
      • Effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, employees, and the general public.  
      • Knowledge of principles and practices of human resources administration; applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, ordinances, and policies.
      • Relate to and handle people effectively, fairly and with respect.  Display a high degree of judgment, discretion and ability to handle confidential information in a discreet manner.  Ability to adapt to changes in management and company structure.


      • College degree or equivalent
      • Five years or more of related experience and/or training; or
      • Equivalent combination of education and experience.
      • Ability to speak, read, write Japanese is required.

      For a complete job description and to apply online, please visit:


      Compensation Analyst  –   First Hawaiian Bank (11/27/2017)

      Work at one of Hawaii's Best Places to Work!

      Do you like working with numbers and people? We are looking for a self-directed, motivated and detail oriented individual to join our growing human resources team as a Compensation Analyst. You will collaborate with managers to attract, retain and reward our employees by administering our base salary program. You will lead the performance appraisal process. You will evaluate job duties and responsibilities, recommend salary grades and partner closely with managers to write job descriptions. Analytical skills plus the ability to create reports, present data and recommendations are essential. You must be able to communicate clearly with all levels of management. If you're up for the challenge, apply today!

      For a complete job description and to apply online, please visit:


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